We know so little about them.
From pimples, to black heads to ingrown hairs, Jada Kennedy is validating every imperfection.
Yoga is not a competition of who looks the best in stretchy yoga pants and contours into obscure balancing poses just for the camera. I remind my students of that as much as possible.
I was in church when a church sister pulled me off to the side and said, "Oh wow. This is exactly how my body looked 30 years ago." I was 11.
I may be pushing out of my comfort zone, but that doesn't mean I can't go back to the basics.
Working at a makeup store helped me to be inspired - to be inspirational and to inspire people to be who they truly are.
Each week, my inbox is filled with emails from girls who all ask the same thing: "how can I become more confident in myself and the way that I look?"
Becoming a model was never my intention, it was a symptom of finally learning to love myself.